Hypnotherapy, NLP & Psy-Tap
What is Hypnotherapy?
The first question people usually ask about Hypnotherapy is ‘will I know what I am doing?’. And the answer is absolutely, yes. Although everyone can be hypnotised, they have to want to be and give their consent.
Hypnosis works by the Hypnotherapist talking to you in a calm voice (this makes it sound simple but there is more to it) and making suggestions to get your body and mind relaxed. Some people even come just for relaxation, as they find it hard to relax any other way.
Once your mind is relaxed (that’s the ‘conscious’ part of your mind), the Hypnotherapist will make suggestions to your subconscious mind (which is the more significant part of your brain). The subconscious is very powerful and has stored all your life experiences and belief structures. This means a lot of our behaviours are controlled by the subconscious so it’s a really good place to make changes. Change work takes place during Hypnosis with the permission of your subconscious.
There is nothing scary or weird about Hypnosis. In America they have Hypnotherapists in hospitals. Hypnotherapy is widely accepted for helping ladies have babies and it is even safe on children aged 5 plus (I have special training for this).
I help clients using Hypnotherapy in Lancing, Worthing, Shoreham, Brighton and the surrounding areas. I also see a lot of clients on Skype and also offer a telephone service.
What is NLP?
NLP was created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder who observed a well-known therapist called Milton Erickson.
They found that people’s language patterns gave clues about their subconscious minds. By understanding the subconscious, NLP enables practitioners to bring about significant and permanent change in people’s lives by ‘reprogramming’ the subconscious using language and techniques. NLP works really well with Hypnosis as it’s a kind of ‘waking hypnosis’.
Both NLP and Hypnosis exist to bring about positive change in people’s lives. Some of the most experienced NLP experts are Richard Bandler, Paul McKenna and Ali Campbell, all of who I have personally trained with.
What is Psy-tap?
Psy-tap has its root therapies in PTFT, EMDR, Psychosensory SATT, Advanced meridian intervention techniques. All these are been blended seamlessly with other skill sets from Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, NLP and many other more conventional modalities. But what does that mean for clients? It means I understand the body as an electromagnetic and electrochemical organ and can conduct classic and quantum energy concepts in healing.
There are only 140 Psy-tap practitioners in the UK and we have all trained with the very knowledgeable Kevin Laye.